Clarilis appoints Mark Redwood to the Board of Directors
June 28, 2021
Clarilis, the market-leading deep automation platform for law firms, is delighted to announce the appointment of SaaS growth and technology expert Mark Redwood as Non-Executive Director.
Mark brings to Clarilis forty years of professional experience in the technology, legal and financial services sectors, including senior roles held in Thomson Reuters. Mark was also previously Chairman of Karnov Group, a Scandinavian legal content provider. Mark currently holds a number of non-executive roles in a portfolio of tech companies, one of which was named in May 2021 as transformational in the global investment industry. In his role at Clarilis, Mark will bring highly relevant insight and experience surrounding SaaS enterprise growth to the Board, as Clarilis look to a significant year ahead following Series B investment in 2020.
Commenting on his appointment, Mark said:
“Clarilis is in a unique position to transform legaltech adoption in both the UK and international markets, with focus on the business outcomes of their solution; a market leading platform, supported by an experienced lawyer-led managed service. With an exceptional net-promoter score and over 25 of the UK top law firms already using Clarilis to improve capacity and meet client demand for speed and agility, I am genuinely excited to join the Clarilis team, as they scale up their reach and distribution to reach a wider audience.”
James Quinn, CEO and co-founder at Clarilis, added:
“We’re delighted to have Mark join our board and to help shape our growth strategy in market. I am confident Mark will be a great addition to our experienced team to help guide Clarilis, as we continue to grow in the UK and scale up into international markets.”
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